I recently saw a fabric on a purse in a shop, that the lady said was last years. I love this fabric and am wondering in anyone has a method for seeing in any is still around. It had a soft green background with a monkey on a bike and also cowboy and cowgirl children. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Also the lady could not remember the company of the fabric. Thanks.
I would appreciate any help finding the above pattern.
Originally Posted by tucsonquilter
I saved the picture of this quilt from the QB a while ago. I want to make one for my new granddaughter but cant figure it out. I want it large enough for a crib quilt which I believe should be 50" by 53". It is making my head hurt. Do you think the strips are cut 2.5" or 3"?
If the person who made this quilt has the name of the pattern that would be great.
Thank you so much for your help.
Recently purchased new computer with windows 8. Does anyone have information on how to unzip embroidery files? Would appreciate any ideas or help.
After discussion with my quilt swap partner, I have finally come up with a plan to sort those scraps. I know, there is so much info and plan strategies, but it finally rang a bell in my mind. I used my Christmas money at Joanns and bought some clearn bings to put my threads in that are in individual tubs, this way there is more room and can I can have them in the same place instead of four different containers. I will use the other containers to put my scraps and fabrics in. I think the scraps
Originally Posted by Twisted Quilter
Looking for a quick sloppy joe recipe. There are hundred's out there, but I don't have the time to try them all. What's your favorite sloppy joe recipe?
Originally Posted by TanyaL
We have so many members ask about patterns for a quilt that is stunning in its appearance and then usually there is another qualifier such as quick or no curves or no 60 degree triangles or something else or not modern or not traditional. Would those of you who have made many quilts post the picture of the one most stunning quilt you've made with a description of how long it took to sew, how difficult it was to make, etc. I think a category of our best, stunning quilts would be quite helpful and
Originally Posted by ScrapQuilter
here is what you are looking for www.tishastamps.com then go down to projects and look for little tissue cover.
Originally Posted by javin22
It was requested of me in the Scrap swap thread to make a tutorial for this block. I posted it there, but thought I would post here as well. It is 6 1/2" block, so cute and great for scraps or leftovers. I just hurried and did this so you could have instructions, so don't look to close at my work, my points are a mess.
All seams are 1/4 " You need a strip 1 1/4" by the width of fabric of 2 colors. Or if you have scraps you can cut those into 1 1/4 inch strips.
Originally Posted by AllTheLovely
I live in the Niagara region of Ontario. I'm wondering, for anyone else who lives in this area or surrounding areas, where do you go to buy your fabric? I know about FabricLand, Lens Mill, Bee in NOTL is wonderful for designer prints and cute stuff, but am I missing out on a hidden jewel out there? A shop that carries designer prints (Kate Spain, Tula Pink, Michael Miller, etc), at prices that aren't ridiculous?
I usually order thru Etsy, because once I've factored